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Five Ways to Keep Up Recovery in the New Year

New Year’s Eve marks a fresh start and new year’s resolutions after a tough holiday season. It’s time to develop healthy habits with millions of others kicking off 2022 with the resolve to start recovery .  If you are just beginning your recovery journey—or if you just want to stay the course—you should start by … Read more

Keeping Healthy Boundaries and Your Sobriety This Holiday

For people in Sobriety from drug or alcohol addiction, holidays raise the stakes and lower our guard. Holiday celebrations create high-risk situations. They demand that we recognize, minimize, and avoid triggers common for relapse while also knowing ourselves, our needs, and our best interests. As part of your recovery, The Haven Detox recommends establishing healthy … Read more

How to Stay Sober During the Holidays

Here is everything you need to know about how to stay sober during the holidays. The best things you can do are familiarize yourself with seasonal triggers and plan how to cope with them effectively to avoid relapse. Read on to identify triggers and make a plan.  The holiday season is a time of good … Read more

National Recovery Month-The State of Recovery in The U.S.

According to the Recovery Research Institute, over 20 million people in the U.S. suffer from a substance abuse disorder. It’s estimated that nearly one in every four adults living with a mental health disorder also suffers from a substance use disorder. These disorders can include (but aren’t limited to): ●  Anxiety ●  Depression ●  Personality … Read more

Sober Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is all about family, food and football for some. It can also mean rude comments, arguments and high stress levels that may make you wish you could have a drink to ease the tension. Dealing with family can be hard, especially during the holidays.

Holiday Relapse Triggers

As joyous as the holiday season is, it can be challenging for those recovering from addiction or substance abuse issues. Typically, holidays involve spending time with family, and discord, estrangement, or stress among relatives often triggers cravings or relapse among those in recovery. Identifying sources of stress and cravings can help you address and prevent relapse and addictive behaviors.

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